The latest articles, analysis and information on pig welfare practices to ethically raise healthy and profitable sows, hogs, gilts, boars and piglets from the editors of Pig International magazine. Topics include disease prevention and biosecurity, accurately diagnosing a sick pig, nutrition and current welfare standards.
Several groups are on route to Houston to join forces with local organizations to help animals in need. One of those groups is the American Humane Association. It is working with Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food "to deliver more than 100,000 pounds of free emergency food to displaced pet owners and frightened, hungry animals separated from their families."
The World Veterinary Association with Ceva Santé Animale recognize 6 outstanding veterinarians for their commitment to promoting the welfare of animals
August 30, 2017
On Aug. 29, during the 33rd World Veterinary Congress in Incheon, Korea, the 1st WVA Global Animal Welfare Awards co-founded and supported by Ceva Sante Animale was given to six veterinarians representing each of the six WVA world regions.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is providing emergency assistance in caring for animals - livestock and domesticated - in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is pleased to announce the rollout of the refined public search tool that provides access to Animal Welfare Act compliance records.
The threat of a devastating zoonotic disease currently restricts the areas of Malaysia where pig farms can be set up, but that could change if a new international effort to develop a vaccine is successful.